Is it an error if a player double pumps a throw to 1st?


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2012-07-22 07:51:18
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an error is only charged if the runner reaches base because of the mistake when they should have been out.

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By noting E-x (x being the player who commited the error) and then drawing the line to the base the player advanced. An example would be E-6 (an error on the SS), or in the case of a dropped throw, 6-E3, SS throws the first, but first baseman dropped the throw that would have resulted in the putout.

Single pole, double pole, single pole double throw, double pole double throw, triple pole single throw and triple pole double throw.

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throw new Throwable(); or throw new Error("Danger will Robinson!"); or throw new NullPointerException(); etc.

No, the catcher (or any other player) can choose not to throw to a base at any time, regardless of whether a runner is going there. If the catcher knows he can't get a stealing runner out, he will most likely not throw to avoid the risk of an error.

Mental errors usually aren't scored as errors. If he fields the play cleanly, but simply does not make a throw it would in all likelihood go as a base hit.

Single pole, single throwA single pole, single throw switch can be operated to send current only to one other part of a circuit.So it can be used to switch something on or off.Single pole, double throwA single pole, double throw switch can operate to send current either to one part or to another part of a circuit.So it can be used to switch something on whilst switching something else off, or vice versa.Manually operated switches and electrically operated relays are available as "single pole, single throw", "single pole, double throw", "double pole, single throw", "double pole, double throw" and in many other variants of poles and throws.

If the fielder catches the ball and, during the motion of reaching into the glove to grab the ball to throw, the ball drops to the ground the batter is called out. As long as the fielder has complete control of the ball before attempting to throw, the umpire will call the batter out.

The error will be on the person who was to cover the based. this is as long as the person who was to cover the base could have gotten the ball. If in fact there is nobody there to receive the ball, then it would be ruled a throwing error. Offical baseball rules section 10.13(e) The Official Scorer section.An error shall be charged against any fielder whose failure to stop, or try to stop, an accurately thrown ball that permits a runner to advance, providing there was occasion for the throw. If such throw be made to second base, the scorer shall determine whether it was the duty of the second baseman or the shortstop to stop the ball, and an error shall be charged to the negligent player. Note: If in the scorer's judgment there was no occasion for the throw, an error whall be charged to the fielder who threw the ball.

A free throw usually occurs when any player is fouled by a player of the opposing team.

The player has 10 seconds to throw the ball in. After that it is a turnover

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The answer is in your own question. A divide by zero error is a divide or mod by zero type of error. In MSVC++ it has the error code C2124. Ultimately it is a fatal error and will either produce a compile time error or throw an unhandled exception at runtime.

It depends on whether or not he gets up with the ball and makes an accurate throw, but if he misses it completely, there is no error called and it is a hit.

When the error is not critical, for instance, if you divide by zero you should handle it throw exceptions. A good example for to return an error code is when you cannot establish connection with server. If you have established connection and lost it, it's better too use exceptions.

This is a judgement call by official score keeper. If, in his opinion, the only reason the runner coming home from third was "safe" was because he out-ran the throw, then that would be considered an infield hit. It's the same situation as when a batter outruns the throw to first. If, however, the score keeper thinks the shortstop made a bad throw, or took to long to handle the ball, then it would be an error. In general, throwing to the "wrong" base is not an "official" error. Bad judgement, perhaps, but not an error.

No, you can not score on a throw in, unless a player on the opposite team has touched it prior to it going in the goal. If a player throws it and it goes into the goal without any player touching it, it's not a goal, just another throw in.

For a single throw, double pole switch, each section is wired to the individual items to be controlled. For a double throw double pole (220) set up, both hot wires are run through the switch.

No, a player can't throw across an entire third. They can only throw to the next third. :)

The official scorer would have to determine if the throw was catchable. If the throw was, then the error would be on the first baseman and he would be charged as such. If on the other hand the throw was a bad one and the first baseman had to reach and could not catch the ball, then the error is on the pitcher. Only one error would be charged even though the base runner advanced two base and scored.

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